“The Green Island Andamans” is an excellent and noble work. This book gives a clear
picture as well as real history of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, natural beauty, origin and life
style of the primitive tribes especially Jarawas (Naked peoples). The Islands is known as queen
of Indian Ocean because of its enchanting beauty. The book describes picturesque sandy
beaches, crystal clear water, 'wild' jungles, 'wild savages', primitive tribes and quite a well-
maintained and organized town let spreading over several hills along the coastline of Islands.
It’s also explained details of The Cellular Jail, which known as ‘Kala Pani’ (Black Water) it was a
prison since the days in the immediate aftermath of the Sepoy Mutiny of 1857. The natural
beauty, sandy beaches, dense forest, snorkeling and scuba diving of the Islands attract and
invite the tourists from all over the world.
A woman with a one-year-old child, who is roaming from one place to another in order to get the child treated as she is suffering from four mental diseases. The woman was been termed as insane, and she has been pushed out of everywhere she had called her home, from her in-laws and her own family. The story is about the struggles and hardships faced by her.